TMTD


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TMTD

tetramethylthiuram disulfide.
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Identification of Thiram-Utilizers: Five bacterial isolates which proved to have a potential for TMTD degradation were characterized by various cultural, microscopical and biochemical traits.
Sup and Gupta (1972) found that Rhizobium isolates from urid (Phaseolus radiatus) were resistant to TMTD at pH 7 but proved sensitive to its degradation product.
0 phr TMTD had lower modulus change than the Control 1 compound (figure 8).
0 phr TMTD had a lower change in durometer units than the Control 1 compound.
4) used were MBTS and TMTD, which contain one or two sulfur atoms between a pair of organic end groups.
But the amount of TMTD was maintained at 9 m mol in all the vulcanizates based on the amount of TMTD used during reclaiming of GRT.
Ingredients (Phr) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Natural rubber (NR) 100 80 70 60 50 40 Reclaim rubber (RR) -- 20 30 40 50 60 Zinc oxide 5 5 5 5 5 5 Stearic acid 2 2 2 2 2 2 TMTD 2.
The extent of reclaiming of mechanically reclaimed GRT by TMTD is reported in Table 1.
Initially, the nanoclay cannot penetrate into the rubber phase, but after adding curing accelerators such as TMTD, the rubber phase become more polar [30].
Table 1--peroxide based EPDM formulationsused in this investigation Ingredient A B C D E F EPDM 1 100 TMQ 1 Stearic acid 1 DCP (40%) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Total PHRs 103 104 105 106 107 108 Table 2--sulfur based EPDM formulation used for state of cure measurements Ingredient PHR EPDM 2 100 TMQ 1 Zinc oxide 3 Stearic acid 1 Sulfur (80%) 2 TMTD 1.
2]O (**) ZnO (**) -- -- -- -- Stearic acid (**) -- -- -- -- Sulfur (**) -- -- -- -- TMTD (**) -- -- -- -- MBT (**) -- -- -- -- Mix.
Table 1--characterization of the vulcanization systems investigated Formulation Sulfur TBBS TMTD Type A 6.